MODELS 2011 Slides Online

On 24. Oktober 2011, in Allgemein, by cwilke

The slides of our two presentations at the MODELS2011 conference and the Models@runtime workshop 2011 are now online available. See Publications section for more details and the slides.

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Book Chapter on Energy Auto-Tuning

On 6. Oktober 2011, in Allgemein, by sgoetz

We’re happy to announce a further new paper, which covers the whole process of our energy auto-tuning approach for self-reconfiguring, quality-aware hardware/software systems.

Sebastian Götz, Claas Wilke, Sebastian Cech and Uwe Assmann
Architecture and Mechanisms for Energy Auto-Tuning
To appear in Sustainable Green Computing: Practices, Methodologies and Technologies, IGI Global, 2011

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QualiTune @ MODELS 2011

On 30. September 2011, in Allgemein, by cwilke

From October 16th to October 21st, the ACM/IEEE 14th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems will take place in Wellington, NZ.

Two presentations held at the conference are highly related to the research done in the QualiTune project:

  • At October 17th, Claas Wilke will present the paper „Runtime Variability Management for Energy-efficient Software by Contract Negotiation“ at the 6th International Workshop on Models at Runtime.
  • On October, 21th Claas Wilke will present the „Vision Paper: Towards Model-Based Energy Testing“ at the main conference.
Vision Paper: Towards Model-Based Energy Testing
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First QualiTune publications

On 9. Juli 2011, in Allgemein, by cwilke

We are happy to announce the first publications directly related to the QualiTune project. Jan Reimann recently presented his vision for a Quality-Controlled Composition Generation at the student’s workshop of 2011’s GTTSE/SLE conference. Claas Wilke et al. will present their vision for a Model-Based Energy Testing approach at the MODELS 2011 conference in October 2011.

A list of all project-related publications can be found via this link.

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Within the last weeks, three interesting studentical theses have been successfully defended that emerged from the CoolSoftware project and are interesting for the QualiTune project as well.

During his Diploma Thesis, Peter Süttner investigated approaches to predict the hardware resource utilization of software components and developed a framework that allows to profile software components w.r.t. hardware utilization.

Georg Püschel’s Diploma Thesis focuses on the energy efficiency of workflow system. His Diploma Thesis contains a proof-of-concept implementation of the Energy Auto Tuning (EAT) approach that will be revised and extended within QualiTune.

Christian Mießler analysed and classified related work w.r.t. energy efficient software systems during his Großer Beleg.

All theses of the CoolSoftware project are enlisted at

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